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Quarantine Check IN: The Delaware Contemporary

06 19

Jill Althouse-WoodNothing could have prepared Wilmington businesses and nonprofits for 2020 (and we aren’t even halfway finished yet!). Some business have folded under the constraints. I was personally saddened to...

Platform Gallery at The Delaware Contemporary

Quarantine Check IN: Hot Breakfast!

06 18

Swati ChaturvediToday we are checking IN with the acoustic dork rock power duo, Matt Casarino & Jill Knapp from Hot Breakfast! We sat down for a virtual interview and talked about life, love, and making music...

Hot Breakfast!

Harvesting a Second Chance

06 04

Pam GeorgeDelaware’s first indoor vertical farm keeps growing — despite COVID-19’s disruption   On March 16, Second Chances Farm in Wilmington, Delaware, was harvesting its...

A Fresh Home Delivery from Second Chances Farm

Quarantine Check IN: Delaware Shakespeare

06 01

Andrew TruscottJimmy Kimmel is streaming nightly monologues from home, Willie Nelson and John Legend are playing music online, and Broadway stars like Idina Menzel are singing and chatting from their homes....

David Stradley, Executive Director of Delaware Shakespeare

Flavor for Your Soul

05 26

Pam George  Tasties 302 is new to Wilmington   As a child growing up in Southwest Philadelphia, Barbara Devan loved to help her grandmother and her mother in the kitchen. The food was homey...

INside Tasties 302 on Market St.

Quarantine Check IN: Hagley Museum and Library

05 21

Amanda Murphy  Overlooking 235 scenic acres on the banks of the Brandywine IN Wilmington, DE sits Hagley Museum and Library, the site of the gunpowder yards founded by E. I. du Pont in 1802. The museum...

Hagley's Eleutherian Mills

Quarantine Check IN: The Music School of Delaware

05 14

Swati Chaturvedi  Founded in 1924, The Music School of Delaware has a long history of serving residents of Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland. As organizations continue to adapt to the realities...

The Music School Virtual Class

Arts Fundraising During the COVID Crisis IN Wilmington

05 12

Betsy Price  The Grand Opera House lost millions in ticket sales and other revenue when it was forced to close for the coronavirus lockdown, with three Broadway shows and about 15 smaller performances...

The Grand is just one of many arts organizations forced to close its doors during COVID-19